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Written by recognized leaders in educational audiology, this text has become the standard for all courses that train audiology students on their roles and responsibilities working in educational settings. Its straightforward presentation of scope of educational audiology practice, the establishment of high-quality programs, and full integration into the school staff are hallmarks of this practical and informative textbook. An appendix of form letters, parent handouts, instruction sheets, and protocols rounds out this "bible" for audiology students who plan to work in schools. Now the leading educational audiology textbook is updated with the addition of a cross-platform CD-ROM containing the majority of the forms, parent letters, handouts, and instruction sheets from the appendix of the book. Customize the letters and forms and download them for immediate use! Supplements Computer Supplement IBM Disk 1-56593891-7 Computer Supplement MAC Disk 1-56593-890-9
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Cheryl DeConde Johnson, Ed.D., is a former consultant with the Colorado Department of Education where she was responsible for deaf and hard of hearing disabilities and audiology services from 1998-2006. In this position she provided technical assistance and leadership for deaf education, educational interpreting, and educational audiology services statewide. Prior to employment at the Department of Education, Cheryl was an educational audiologist and program coordinator for the deaf and hard of hearing program for 22 years in the Greeley-Evans School District in Greeley, Colorado, and also a regional coordinator for the Colorado Home Intervention Program. At this time, Cheryl maintains an active consulting practice focusing on program evaluation and development, while continuing to pursue various research and writing projects. She conducts trainings in deaf education for the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE) as well as individual work with various state education agencies across the US and internationally. She maintains adjunct faculty positions with the University of Colorado, Boulder, the University of Northern Colorado, and the University of Arizona. Cheryl is a co-founder of Hands & Voices and serves as President of the Board of Directors. Her achievements have been recognized by the American Academy of Audiology, American Speech-Language Hearing Association, the University of Northern Colorado, and Phonak (who has established an award in her name). Cheryl has also raised a deaf daughter, now grown, who has provided the joy of two engaging grandsons.Review:
"I have been surveying my students regarding this book. The general consensus is that the book is very functional and the appendices are very useful. There is usually concern regarding the cost at the beginning of the semester but most students report they keep the book and plan on using it in the future. There is not another book on the topic of educational audiology that is nearly as comprehensive."Mary Whitaker, Idaho State University
"The appendices are the most important feature of this book...they are user-friendly and I have seen them used in the school a great deal. I think the CD should be sold with the book. The tools contained in the CD are really excellent. This has been the single best resource in Educational Audiology that has ever been written."James Blair, Utah State University
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